A réti margitvirág vagy margaréta (Leucanthemum vulgare) az őszirózsafélék (Asteraceae) családjába, az őszirózsaformák (Asteroideae) alcsaládjába tartozó növényfaj. Nemzetségének a típusfaja. Európában és Ázsia mérsékelt övi részein fordul elő, inváziós fajként Észak-Amerikába és Ausztráliába is behurcolták. Rétek, gyepek, útszélek növénye, a. Leucanthemum vulgare is a PERENNIAL growing to 0.6 m (2ft) at a medium rate. It is hardy to zone (UK) 3 and is not frost tender. It is in flower from June to August. The species is hermaphrodite (has both male and female organs) and is pollinated by Bees, flies, beetles, Lepidoptera (Moths & Butterflies) Leucanthemum vulgare Lam. - oxeye daisy Subordinate Taxa. This plant has no children Legal Status. Noxious Weed Information; This plant is listed by the U.S. federal government or a state. Common names are from state and federal lists. Click on a place name to get a complete noxious weed.
Leucanthemum vulgare. ox-eye daisy. 1 star 1 star 1 star 1 star 1 star (0 reviews) Write review. approx 250 seeds £2.99. in stock (shipped in 3-5 working days) Quantity 1 Plus Minus. ADD add to wishlist. pot size guide Position: full sun; Soil: moist, well-drained soil. .S. Department of Agriculture Agricultural Research Service. Accessed: November 25, 2017. Accessed: November 25, 2017 Leucanthemum vulgare - oxeye daisy Oxeye daisy is an introduced rhizomatous perennial common to roadsides, pastures, and generally any open grassy site at middle elevations in the mountains especially where routinely grazed or otherwise over-managed (e.g., where herbicide is over applied) L. vulgare was originally named Chrysanthemum leucanthemum by Linnaeus in 1773 and this name continued to be used almost universally until the 1990s when it was found necessary to split the genus Chrysanthemum. As a result the name Leucanthemum vulgare became the approved name, though the authorization of the name varies between '(Vaill.) Lam.' and more simply 'Lam. Leucanthemum vulgare Aster family (Asteraceae) Description: This herbaceous perennial plant is 1-3' tall and little branched. The central stem is glabrous to slightly hairy and often angular or furrowed. A small tuft of basal leaves develops at the base of the plant, while alternate leaves occur sparingly along the central stem
Ox-eye daisy (Leucanthemum vulgare) has been widely cultivated as a garden ornamental, particularly in temperate regions. Naturalised Distribution. Widely naturalised in the wetter parts of south-eastern Australia (i.e. in eastern New South Wales, the ACT, southern and eastern Victoria, Tasmania and south-eastern South Australia) Leucanthemum are best planted in moist, well-drained soil of clay, loam, chalk and sand within an acidic, alkaline or neutral PH balance. Plant Leucanthemum during the spring and amend the planting area with a generous amount of compost, mixing thoroughly to the native soil Leucanthemum vulgare is a typical grassland perennial wildflouer, growin in a variety o plant commonties includin meadows an fields, unner scrub an open-canopy forests, an in disturbed auries. Leucanthemum is frae the Auncient Greek λευκός (white) an ἄνθεμον (flouer) . Hardy in zones 3-9, it is now naturalized throughout the US and southern Canada Leucanthemum vulgare, commonly known as the ox-eye daisy, oxeye daisy, dog daisy and other common names, is a widespread flowering plant native to Europe and the temperate regions of Asia, and an introduced plant to North America, Australia and New Zealand
LEUCANTHEMUM VULGARE OTHER TECHNIQUES: Applying hot steam combined with an organic foam derived from corn and coconut sugars (Waipuna) can be an effective control method. PREVENTIVE MEASURES: To prevent oxeye daisy from invading, limit soil disturbance and be careful not to distribute seeds of this species inadvertently The composition of the volatile oil of L vulgare was previously studied on samples collected from Caucasia and Balkan regions, but none from Iran.... Chemical Composition, Some Allelopathic.. Leucanthemum vulgare is a simple plant, happiest when pioneering and taking new ground. The profligate seed, produced on youngsters that are often not even a year old, is light enough to travel, perhaps not far but far enough to seize open ground Leucanthemum vulgare on Integrated Taxonomic Information System. Leucanthemum vulgare at Encyclopedia of Life Leucanthemum vulgare at National Center for Biotechnology Informatio Leucanthemum vulgare (Vaill.) Lam. is an accepted name This name is the accepted name of a species in the genus Leucanthemum (family Compositae). The record derives from TICA (data supplied on 2012-02-11) which reports it as an accepted name (record 0547E050-E16B-4B8A-AB14-EA90D1AD85EF) with original publication details: Fl
Leucanthemum vulgare subsp. meridionale Leucanthemum meridionale Legrand 1881. Leucanthemum vulgare subsp. rohlenae Leucanthemum vulgare subsp. subalpinum Leucanthemum vulgare Lamarck, subsp. subalpinum (Simonkai) Soó, Feddes Repert. 83: 154. 1972 Leucanthemum praecox var. autumnale (Saint-Amans) Villard Leucanthemum praecox var. rhodopaeum B.A. Kuzmanov & R.H. Kestenova Leucanthemum tubuliflorum Tinne
Oxeye daisy, (Leucanthemum vulgare), perennial plant in the aster family (Asteraceae), commonly grown as an ornamental. The oxeye daisy is native to Europe and Asia and has naturalized in the United States. The plant grows about 60 cm (2 feet) high and has notched oblong leaves and long petioles (leafstalks) Leucanthemum ceratophylloides var. barrelieri (Dufour ex DC.) Nyman, 1879 Leucanthemum lanceolatum DC., 1838 Leucanthemum praecox (Harvatic) Harvatic Leucanthemum praecox (Horvatić) Villard, 1970 Leucanthemum vulgare subsp. incisum Arcang., 1882 Leucanthemum vulgare subsp. praecox Horvatić, 1935 Leucanthemum vulgare var. alpicola Gremli, 189 —Chrysanthemum Leucanthemum, of Linnaeus (Leucanthemum vulgare, of Lamarck), generally known as Ox-eye daisy, is a perennial herb, with an erect, branching, furrowed stem, growing from 1 to 2 feet high. The leaves are comparatively few, small, alternate, amplexicaul, lanceolate, serrate, and cut-pinnatifid at the base; the lower ones petiolate, with deep, irregular teeth; the upper ones small, subulate, and those of the middle sessile, deeply cut at base, with remote teeth above Leucanthemum vulgare subsp. ircutianum; Species 15 present 2020-11-08: Serafín Alarcón Spain - Barakaldo (ES) unknown Directions. 1 photos directions. GPS 43.2662, -2.9753 accuracy 9m. Leucanthemum vulgare 'Maikonigin' (Ox-eye daisy 'Maikonigin') will reach a height of 0.8m and a spread of 0.6m after 2-5 years
Ox-eye daisy scientifically known as Leucanthemum vulgare is a widespread flowering plant native to Europe and the temperate regions of Asia and an introduced plant to North America, Australia and New Zealand. It is a member of the Asteraceae family, the same family as sunflower (Helianthus annuus) Oxeye daisy Leucanthemum vulgare. Status Green - Least concern : Best Time to See June, July, August : Colour Yellow, White : Habitat Grassland. Oxeye Daisy - Leucanthemum vulgare Oxeye daisy (Leucanthemum vulgare) is a perennial, herbaceous, non-native plant growing 1 to 3 feet tall with showy white flowers. It was introduced from Europe as an ornamental plant and as seeds contaminating cereal crops
Oxeye Daisy- Leucanthemum vulgare is sometimes known as the Moon daisy and is a familiar wildflower of meadows and roadsides. It is an excellent general-purpose meadow plant, being well suited to all wide variety of soils and look best growing in full sun, but can also be grown in dappled shade Leucanthemum vulgare is one of the parents of Shasta Daisy, a popular garden plant that is reputed to lack the invasive tendency of its parent
Leucanthemum vulgare Lam. taxonomy/phylogenetic: Integrated Taxonomic Information System: Leucanthemum vulgare: taxonomy/phylogenetic: PLANTS Database (USDA/NRCS) 2 records from this provider: taxonomy/phylogenetic: Plants of the World Online: Leucanthemum vulgare: taxonomy/phylogenetic: The International Plant Names Index: Leucanthemum vulgare. RU 2311194, the extract of Leucanthemum vulgare is a constituent of a homeopathic agent possessing an antiviral effect. Content and composition of essential oils in some Asteraceae species/ Eeterliku oli sisaldus ja koostis monedes Asteraceae sugukonna taimeliikide A réti margitvirág (Leucanthemum vulgare) bemutatása, gondozása Kép forrása: Wikipédia / Szerző: Böhringer A réti margitvirág vagy margaréta ( Leucanthemum vulgare ; Chrysanthemum leucanthemum ) közepesen magas termetű évelő növény, Ázsia mérsékelt égövi részein valamint Európában is gyakori 1. Leucanthemum vulgare Lamarck, Fl. Franç. 2: 137. 1779. Ox-eye daisy, marguerite blanche Chrysanthemum leucanthemum Linnaeus, Sp. Pl. 2: 888. 1753; C. leucanthemum var. pinnatifidum Lecoq & Lamotte. Perennials, 10-30(-100+) cm. Stems simple or distally branched.Basal leaves: petioles 10-30(-120) mm, expanding into obovate to spatulate blades 12-35(-50+) × 8-20(-30) mm.
Ox Eye Daisy Leucanthemum Vulgare. A familiar and attractive grassland perennial found in meadows, grass verges and railway embankments. Ox Eye Daisy Leucanthemum Vulgare flourishes in well drained poor to medium rich soils. The 12'18in plants produce a single flower of white petals surrounding a yellow eye between late may and early Sep The New York Flora Atlas is a source of information for the distribution of plants within the state, as well as information on plant habitats, associated ecological communities, and taxonomy. In addition, users can learn about the location of vouchered specimens and see images to get a better visual for each plant Leucanthemum vulgare (oxeye daisy) is a perennial forb/herb (family Asteraceae). It is commonly sold at nurseries. It is commonly sold at nurseries. Oxeye daisy is found in both the North Coast Range and northern Sierra Nevada from sea level bluffs and canyons to alpine mountain meadows at 7,000 feet (2200 m), and from central California to Oregon Leucanthemum vulgare var. laticeps Leucanthemum vulgare Lamarck, var. laticeps Briquet & Cavillier ex Burnat, CITATION? Leucanthemum vulgare var. pinnatifidum Leucanthemum vulgare Lamarck, var. pinnatifidum (Lecoq & Lamotte) Moldenke, Revista Sudamer. Bot. 5: 1. 1937 Leucanthemum vulgare 'Maikönigin' Join the RHS today and get 12 months for the price of 9. Join now. Listed in the RHS Plant Finder. Why are there no more details? This plant is listed in the RHS Plant Finder book. At present our information about this plant is limited to a list of the nurseries that supply it..
Leucanthemum praecox (Harvatic) Harvatic : Chrysanthemum ircutiana Turcz. Chrysanthemum leucanthemum L. Leucanthemum ircutianum (Turcz.) DC. Leucanthemum leucanthemum (L.) Rydb. Chrysanthemum leucanthemum var. boecheri B. Boivin : Chrysanthemum leucanthemum var. pinnatifidum Lecoq & Lamotte : Leucanthemum vulgare var. pinnatifidum (Lecoq. Provided to YouTube by DistroKid Leucanthemum vulgare (feat. Thi Fisher) · Michele de Vincenti PLANTAE ℗ BS GANG Released on: 2020-12-05 Auto-generated by Yo.. Geographic subdivisions for Leucanthemum vulgare: NCo, KR, NCoRO, CaR, n&c SNH, ScV, CCo, SnFrB, PR, MP : MAP CONTROLS 1. You can change the display of the base map and layers by clicking on the layer control box in the upper right-hand corner. 2. California county polygons can be turned off and on in the layer control box. 3 It aggressively invades fields where it forms dense populations and decreases plant species diversity. Oxeye daisy decreases crop yields and is a weed of 13 crops of 40 countries. It is a particular problem in pastures. Oxeye daisy was changed from a Class B to a Class C noxious weed in 2013 Species: Leucanthemum vulgare | oxeye daisy Date: 2009-12-11 State: Victoria Data resource: Victorian Biodiversity Atlas Basis of record: Human observation Catalogue number: 7299570.00 View record. Species: Leucanthemum.
Leucanthemum vulgare Lamarck. Leucanthemum vulgare Lamarck is an accepted species name sensu FNA Ed. Comm., 2006a. Vernacular names. marguerite blanche Darbyshire et al., 2000; bouquet blanc Secrétariat d'État du Canada, 1974. chrysanthème à fleur blanche Secrétariat d'État du Canada, 1974. chrysanthème leucanthème Marie-Victorin, 199 Leucanthemum vulgare. young leaves can be eaten raw. leaves have a strong taste. spring shoots are edible raw. roots are edible raw. unopened flower buds can be used for flavouring. grows in fields, pastured, disturbed areas and roadsides. Pictures << previous picture | next picture >> Leucanthemum vulgare ox-eye daisy. approx 250 seeds: £2.99: approx 250 seeds. £2.99: Quantity: in stock (shipped in 3-5 working days) Buy. Position: full sun; Soil: moist, well-drained soil; Rate of growth: fast-growing; Hardiness: fully hard Syntype of Leucanthemum vulgare Lam. subvar. polytrichum Briq. & Cavill. [family COMPOSITAE] Filed as Leucanthemum vulgare Lam. [family COMPOSITAE] Isolectotype of Leucanthemum pallens (J. Gay ex Perreym.) DC. var. subpinnatifidum Willk. [family ASTERACEAE]. Leucanthemum vulgare originates from Asia and Europe but now occurs in parts of every US state (except Alaska and Hawaii), classed as invasive in some locations. A tangled mass of stalked, lobed leaves grows around the base of the thick stems, while higher up the leaves are smaller, smoother and lack stalks
Ox-eye daisy (Leucanthemum vulgare) Also known as: dog daisy, field daisy, Marguerite, moon daisy , moon-penny, poor-land flower, poverty weed . Print | Search/browse other weeds. Ox-eye daisy is an upright perennial herb up to 1 m tall, with toothed or wavy leaves and white flowers..